National sports shut down to honor a man wanted for sexual assault on a woman. Let that sink in.

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The following editorial is written by a retired police officer and current staff writer for Law Enforcement Today

The following editorial is written by a retired police officer and current staff writer for Law Enforcement Today

KENOSHA, WI- Jacob Blake, the man who was shot by Kenosha, Wisconsin police has been held up as some sort of a martyr.

The NBA postponed their playoffs…Major League Baseball postponed games…the National Hockey League didn’t take the ice…for a man who was subject to a warrant for sexual assault.

Earlier this month, a five-year-old boy…Canon Hinnant…was shot in the head, point blank by his neighbor, a black man. Hinant was white.

After that shooting, the NBA, MLB and NHL canceled or postponed exactly…ZERO games. This weekend, 40 people have been shot in Chicago, four fatally…sports leagues have canceled…NOTHING.

Oh, and two of the victims were Chicago police officers.

Why? Because it does not fit an agenda. Out of all the sports leagues, probably the most transparent has been the NBA, because for them, this is clearly about politics.

If there was a Democrat currently occupying the White House, Lebron James couldn’t give a crap less. Just look at their demands of their owners, er governors…almost like they were written by Nancy Pelosi herself.

So, who exactly is Jacob Blake? According to the New York Post¸ Kenosha police were seeking Blake to arrest him for violating a restraining order. The underlying cause for the restraining order? Sexual assault.

The alleged victim of Blake’s sexual deviance from the May 3 incident lives in Kenosha, and police were dispatched to that location last Sunday after receiving a 911 all that Blake was at that location.

At some point, officers were made aware that Blake was the subject of a warrant for felony sexual assault, according to both police dispatch reports and the Kenosha Professional Police Association, in a statement released this past Friday.

In Wisconsin, Class G felony sexual assault is subject to a prison term of up to 10 years and a $25,000 fine, known as third-degree sexual assault. Clearly, if convicted Blake was facing significant time behind bars.

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